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NSFW Savage X Fenty Xtra VIP Membership Review + Coupon – September 2020

Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie line offers an Xtra VIP membership (which works a lot like Fabletics and ShoeDazzle) that gives you access to exclusive limited-edition sets, as well as big discounts and first dibs on everything, for $49.95/month. New pieces are added to their size-and-skin-tone-inclusive catalog monthly, which features a wide array from comfy everyday items to super sexy specialty lingerie. You have the choice to shop for something new, skip the month to avoid a charge, or have the $49.95 membership fee saved to your account to use in the future.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

About the Savage X Fenty Xtra VIP Membership

The Subscription: Savage X Fenty Xtra VIP Membership

The Cost: Make a purchase at the top of the month, and that’ll cover the cost of your membership. (Most pieces are priced around $15-$50.) You can also choose to skip the month and avoid any charge. Or, take no action, and a $49.95 charge will be saved as store credit that you can use in the future. Shipping is free over $49.00.

COUPON: 2 for $29 bras and bralettes, plus get 50% off your first order when you sign up for an Xtra VIP membership! No coupon needed - just use this link.

The Products: Quality lingerie in a wide range of sizes (bras range from 32A-44DDD, and undies and other apparel run from XS to 3X), colors (their looks cover 4 different skin-tone-inspired shades as well as a rainbow of brights), and styles (from super sexy to simple and comfortable).

Good to Know: Members get access to VIP pricing all month long, as well as access to special offers and limited edition Xtra VIP Boxes, which feature special or first-look products.

Ships: Worldwide.

Savage X Fenty Xtra VIP Membership Review – September 2020

Kick Back 2-Piece Set – Retail Value $79.90/VIP Member Price $59.95

After the pineapple and vinyl themed discomfort I felt in my August delivery, I decided something comfortable was in order! This bralette + leggings combo seemed to be a perfect choice for me right now, especially since I cherish leggings I can sleep AND workout in. This set is mostly black (I only really wear black leggings) but featured a rainbow foiled elastic edge that was so cute, making them the perfect mix of fun and functional.

 

 

Forever Savage Bralette with Rainbow Logo – Retail Value $29.95/VIP Member Price $22.95

Savage x Fenty bralettes are some of my favorites. They are not going to give you sports bra level support, but they are darn near perfect for wearing around the house or for running errands, even for my 38H/I chest. I absolutely love this mix of black stretch fabric and the bright metallic logo band! It takes what could be a less exciting little top and makes it feel very fun and special. I am happy to report that the band stays in place really well (none of that dreadful rolling). The only real complaint I have about this design is that the seam for the straps is right on top of my shoulder, where the most weight lands. This is a very minor complaint and I get why the seam is there, but I wish it wasn’t at the apex of all that weight!

 

 

Forever Savage Legging with Rainbow Logo – Retail Value $49.95/VIP Member Price $39.95

I am pretty in love with the whole Savage x Fenty legging situation. These high-waisted leggings feel SO good on and the fabric isn’t thick but you certainly don’t have to worry about turning sheer when you bend over. I ordered a 1X in these but they are so stretchy I could have sized down to an XL for more compression. Luckily, I cherish comfort, and this size still felt decently fitted. The bright foil logo totally POPS against the black background and I am happy to report it shows no sign of fading after three wash + dry cycles.

The Verdict: Savage X Fenty is back in my good graces after that crazy August delivery. This was the first bit of loungewear I have ordered from them and I am a total convert. I feel weirdly sporty and very cool in this set and I am very pleased with the fabrics, embellishment, and fit of both pieces.

To Wrap Up:

Can you get these pieces if you sign up today? Yep! Some of the sizes have sold out, but many are still left.

COUPON: 2 for $29 bras and bralettes, plus get 50% off your first order when you sign up for an Xtra VIP membership! No coupon needed - just use this link.

Value Breakdown: If purchased separately, these items would have cost $79.90, but I got them in a set via the Xtra VIP box that only costs $59.95, meaning I saved 25% (about $20) with my VIP membership.

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

Posted in Clothing Subscription Boxes, Savage X Fenty Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: savage x fenty | 28 comments

Comments (28)

  1. Not a fan of Savagex Fenty. Their customer service is severely lacking. They claim you can make a return, but they fail to mention the restocking fee per item if you want a refund. In order to do an exchange, you also have to wait until they receive your return to get your credit- which takes weeks, although they falsely told me it was immediately available once I shipped back By that time, the size you want to exchange for us long gone. Not happy with this company and their “claims” that if it doesn’t fit, you can return. HUGE hassle.

  2. Geez. I’m really not liking the some of the comments toward Megan lately. It’s fine not to like a reviewer’s writing style, but what can be accomplished by criticizing it, aside from making Megan feel bad? Just skip the reviews and hold your tongue (er, fingers).

    • Same! If you don’t like it just skim the post or don’t even read it. Putting a negative, non-constructive comment doesn’t help anyone. Personally, Megan’s one of my fav reviewers cause her writing is energetic

  3. Geez 😳
    Anyway, I really enjoy your reviews Megan! Quick question, do you mind if I ask what size the top part is? I’m trying to gauge my size in fenty. I’m plus sized (normally wear 2x bottoms) but I’m small chested in comparison (a c cup). Thanks!

  4. Great review, thank you Megan!

  5. Why aren’t we seeing modeling pictures it’s not like lingerie but would be much helpful in seeing it used. No offense but this review falls short because of this.

    • No offense taken! The top is a bra with less coverage than your average sports bra (at least on my bustline), and I am not comfortable posting photos of myself in a bra online. We include the model shot for this reason. Thanks for taking the time to read! 🙂

      • Megan, I completely disagree with the original commenter that your review falls short due to the lack of modeling pictures. Not everyone would feel comfortable wearing a bra in a picture that is posted on the internet!! I think it is inappropriate to ask that of someone who do thoughtfully reviews many different types of boxes. You try on the things for us that are within your comfort zone, you always look lovely, and we appreciate you.

      • This is basically like a bra, NOT lipstick, so I totally agree with Megan’s decision, and hope that no one ever feels pushed to publish comprised photos. That was totally inappropriate to ask that, Kristin!

      • Understand but there are leggings too, you could have put on a tshirt to cover bra. Sorry haters this is not meant to be mean she is reviewing clothing this month. Let Nicole review if you are uncomfortable, which again I respect. I don’t want to see thongs but yes leggings. I love Megan’s reviews I am not beating up on her, just voicing an opinion I am a visual person.

    • No offense, but I have to wonder if you are just a troll. Most (non-model, non-influencer, totally normal) women would likely be uncomfortable posting photos of themselves wearing a small sports bra. Unless we are on a very fitness-centric blog or site where the average customer/reader is quite fit, we don’t expect the reviewer to model the pieces such as this. In fact, when I first started reading this review and saw the tininess of the bra and that Megan was reviewing it (please don’t be offended Megan, I too am plus size with a ginormous chest, and value your input and love your reviews), I fully expected to NOT see pics of Megan modeling the bra, and would have been surprised if she had done so.

      If you genuinely wanted to know more about the product and its fit, you could have messaged Megan directly and asked questions and even for photos. Or you could have shared those thoughts (ie, “how does it look on, can you describe the fit in more detail”) in your comment and I bet that Megan would have been more than happy to help.

      I think the review is very helpful without such photos. But if that’s the kind of review you need to see to help you determine whether a box or a product is right for you, I’m sure there are other sites, other reviewers, and other blogs that will meet your needs.

      • Agreed. For items like this, all I expect (and am happy to see) is a picture of the item being modeled from the company’s website.

  6. I squee with excitement to read your reviews! They make me so happy. Thank you Megan!

    • Thank you Jenn! 🙂

  7. I avoid your reviews because of your “squee” insistence. I wish I could filter the stuff that goes directly to my inbox, as I really don’t want to be squeed-upon ever again. Note to self…You got through my defences with the Fenty review.

    • squeeing – Urban Dictionarywww.urbandictionary.com › define › term=squeeing
      Having to go to the bathroom in the most urgent way but can’t because there are no public washrooms for miles around.

    • Hi Rose! I just did a search of my reviews because I was worried I was using this exclamation too often. So far, in 2020, I have found 1 instance, in my CURATEUR review. I do, however, use the word ‘squeeze’ A LOT. I am sorry if my usage was unclear. Here is another definition from Urban Dictionary to provide some clarity: “Squee: A noise primarily made by an over-excited fangirl, however it has spread rapidly and is now widely spread among the web community.” As someone who is generally over-excited, I am sorry I used a word that also had a slightly less fun meaning. Either way, thanks for taking the time to read my review!

      • Megan, I love your reviews! You can’t please everyone – and neither should you try to. What you do brings value to your readers.

      • I have never associated the word “squee” with anything but crazy excited fangirls (often tween or teenage ones lol). I guess it does depend heavily on one’s web diet.

        Will second Megan’s note about the Fenty stuff wearing and washing well; I didn’t expect something mass produced for a celebrity (no hate, I love Ri-Ri but a lot of that stuff is sub-par or below) subscription to be as nice as it is.

      • I’m pretty sure this is the same Rose that has been giving several box CEO’s a hard time. I think she’s just online to make a fuss and ruffle feathers. I’d ignore her. Your reviews are great Megan!

      • Okay, so I’m old (47 next week) and also new-ish to sub boxes and the sub-box culture (if there is one, lol). I am current on some things and a dinosaur when it comes to others. From the first time I saw “squeee” (various degrees of “e”s used, unsure how many are correct) used (and it was in relation to an item or thing), I interpreted it as a squeal of glee/excitement. Kind of like how I use “yay!”, maybe a bit more excited. Like, squealing with glee equals “squee!”

        But Rose is using a verb—- “squeeing”—— and there are many examples of two words that are seemingly the same, but when used in different forms are quite different. The exclamation of “squee!” Is NOT a verb. I’ve never seen Megan (or anyone else for that matter) say “squeeing with joy” or the like. It’s always used as an exclamation similar to “yay!”

        Now, if “squeeing” is a verb denoting a time/place/circumstance of urination, which I don’t doubt, of course it would be inappropriate to use in the context of a sub box review. But to assert that squee, when used as an exclamation and not tied to the verb in any way, must be related in definition, is incorrect.

    • Rose,

      Come on…
      Why be so critical? Lighten up!

    • And yet. You took the time to read this and be nasty about it. Shame on you. Don’t bother replying. I don’t read responses.

    • What a weird comment.

      • I cant help but suspect it was influenced heavily by boxed wine.

    • Hi Rose! While you strive to avoid reading reviews from this reviewer, it seems this one snuck through the cracks of whatever filtering method you’re using.

      The best way to completely avoid ever again having to read an unwanted review is to check at the very top of the review post where it says “by” and names the reviewer. You can find this immediately beneath the title of the review. If you check there right away, before reading any further, you’ll see who wrote the review, and can accordingly choose whether you would like to read it (and in the case of someone whose reviews you avoid, you will never unwittingly read one again if you practice this step).

      I’m surprised that you were able to get all the way down to the comment section without seeing that, but no worries; now you know and in the future can avoid such reviews. Glad to be of help!

      • Yes to this, Mountaineer95!!

    • I love the fun, informal tone of the reviews on this site (from Megan and others). They provide the information readers are looking for while also showing the author’s personality. Win-win!

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